I've never had to think about OpenGL before but I recently tried to download and run a new app that has given me the following errors:
"Your video card does not support the minimum requirements for this application. OpenGL version must be 2.0 or higher. OpenGLSL version must be 1.2 or higher. The monitor must be running in True Color (32-bit)."
This is a 5 year old dual core Intel processor running WinXP Pro SP3 using a PCI bus ATI Radeon X1600 graphics card. I have already downloaded and installed the latest (and last ever available) legacy driver for this video card from the AMD/ATI site.
I don't really understand OpenGL. Is it something that's bundled in the video card driver from the manufacturer that I have no control over (then I'm screwed) or can I update to the latest OpenGL and OpenGLSL (whatever that is) myself somehow?
Steve in Chicago, Illinois USA